that in fact it's not how hard they work, it's what can the american people afford. we cannot afford to continue these deficits. it's not how hard they work. it's, is there inefficiency and waste, not just in their office, but in the way government is organized? mr. speaker, everyone had a new year's resolution, i trust, last night. for some it would be to lose a little weight, do things we haven't been doing. but for me, particularly, it is to go after the duplication in government, to go after the flaws in government that would allow us to be less critical perhaps at what we can afford from our federal work force and more proud of the fact that it is organized for efficiency. mr. speaker, in closing, the president called for reorganization authority and did nothing in his first term. it is my goal to give him reorganization and a reorganizational plan. it is my committee's obligation to do that.